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Identifying the Anomaly Trend or Bot for Better Brand Tracking with Andrew Moffatt


In a world where survey respondents are basically sick and tired of doing all the work to TELL as screener about their behaviors, qualifications, demographics, and more just for the chance at participating in a survey, along comes Qrious Insight with their “always on” approach to passive data collection.

In this episode, Priscilla McKinney, CEO and Momma Bird of Little Bird Marketing is joined by Andrew Moffatt, CEO and Co-Founder of Qrious Insight to discuss the future of dynamic brand tracking instead of static brand trackers.

In their work with marketing and ad effectiveness, brands benefit from the aggregation of data they passively collect from panel members who opt in for continual tracking. This provides rich information about who they are, what they do, and how long they do it on their digital device in a wholly less intrusive manner than traditional survey models allow. Now, instead of searching for the potential respondent and asking them if they have, for example, seen a Domino’s ad in the last 30 days, that data is already available for automatic screening with no bothersome screener question to complete. Winning brands can immediately target the right group of people to not only understand their online journeys but then create powerfully focused surveys to further understand the WHY behind the behavior already verified.

They discuss the future of market research and a potential mass move away from expensive prescriptive survey writing to a more integrated approach. In this experience, the problematic cleaning of the data is now a moot issue. In the past, cleaning the data meant possibly misidentifying an anomaly, dismissing an emerging trend, or missing the fact that the data was provided by a bot. Instead, this future of survey work is integrated into actual observed and recorded behaviors for richer insights in record time.


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Priscilla McKinney, CEO at Little Bird Marketing, is excited to announce the release of her much-anticipated book, "Collaboration is the New Competition: Why the Future of Work Rewards A Cross Pollinating Hive Mind and How Not to Get Left Behind." The book's chapters are designed to be time-efficient, ensuring busy professionals can easily integrate these transformative ideas into their workflow. From discussing the state of affairs in business to providing fundamental strategies and seven practical anchors for staying on course, this book offers a fresh perspective and a competitive advantage in today's complex business landscape. Visit priscillamckinney.com for more information.

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